First games in the new skittles season

skittlesLYME Regis skittlers – men and women – will be back on the alleys from Wednesday, September 28.

There is one new team in the Ladies’ League – Pin Pals, captained by Heidi Mildenhall. No new teams in the Men’s Division One but one in Division Two – Skittle Me Timbers, skippered by Joe Turner.

The first fixtures will be:

Wednesday, September 26th

Men’s Palmer Cup – Marksmen v Trappers; Miscellaneous v Clueless; Alleytwits v Skittle Me Timbers.

Friday, September 28th

Men’s Palmer Cup – Rousdon Rebels v No Hopers; Wreckers v Shakers; Royal British Legion v Flyers; Roadrunners v Young Guns; Anthill Mob v President’s Men.

The winners will meet in the Palmer Cup quarter finals on Friday, February 8th 2019.

Wednesday, October 3rd

Men’s Cornish Cup – Shakers v Skittle Me Timers; Young Guns v Royal British Legion; No Hopers v Anthill Mob.

Friday, October 5th

Men’s Cornish Cup – Rousdon Rebels v Marksmen; Flyers v President’s Men; Trappers v Wreckers; Roadrunners v Clueless; Alleytwits v Miscellaneous.

The winners will mee in the Cornish Cup quarter finals week commencing April 23rd 2019.

Monday, October 8th

Miscellaneous v President’s Men; Shakers v Rousdon Revels; Wreckers v Roadrunners.

Monday, October 22nd

Hot Gossips v Generations; La Creme v Rollercoasters; Wootton Wobblers v Pin Pals.

Tuesday, October 23rd

President’s Men v Skittle Me Timbers.

Wednesday, October 24th

Shakers v Alley Twits; Trappers v Roadrunners.

Thursday, October 26th

Skittso’s v Smashers.

Friday, October 28th

Royal British Legion v Clueless; Flyers v Anthill Mob; Marksmen v Wreckers; No Hopers v Young Guns; Rousdon v Miscellaneous.

Woodmead Halls
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Veteran journalist and newspaper manager Philip Evans has worked in the publishing industry for more than half a century. He started out as a reporter for Pulman’s Weekly News as a young man and went on to work for an international publishing company in the UK, South Africa and Australia before returning to Lyme Regis where he is still reporting on local events as he has done for more than 53 years.

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